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's baby. that premiers on pbs. from amelia air hard to db cooper's millions. the lipd berg baby is an enduring mystery and that intrigued a mystery. why have we been engaged so long? >> it's the case that never dies. that's probably true in this past year. there two new books about the case. it's hard to realize because it was ache years ago, but this is probably the most significant crimes ever to happen in america. it's after this terrible event that the congress creates a federal police force, the fbi in recognition that there just certain crimes that state and local forces cannot solve. lindbergh was the most famous man in the world. when his son is kidnapped and killed, the out pouring of grief had not been felt since the lincoln a ssz nation. >> what have you learned? >> there have been a lot of books britney about the person in the case and whether he was in fact independent when the police arrest him. he projects himself as an innocent man who would never do such a thing. he goes to the chair proclaiming his innocence even though the prosecution offered a deal to save th
states that occurred in the 18 eighties in which with d.b. wesson, one of the founding partners of smith & wesson heard a story that the smith & wesson revolver was used by a child, when the child of the revolver to injure somebody. d.b. wesson found that unacceptable, so he told his son, joe wesson to design a child proof gun and the gun you see on the screen is the gun that joe wesson designed. if you look where the red arrow is, that is what is called the grip safety with. it is on the rearmost part of the gun that would have to be depressed by this area of your hand. my physician friends have taught me that is the eminence of the hand which i at first felt would be a middle eastern ruler. [laughter] but what this what fleshey part but have to push down the middle lever in order for the trigger to be told, and what smith & wesson called and said in this marketing material went to the smithsonian institute and we found their marketing materials from the 18 eighties they said and this is a quote common no ordinary child under the age of eight can possibly discharge the gun. they thought
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